Elyse Meaney


Elyse Meaney

    About Elyse

    "Skilled touch is health maintenance, not a luxury."

    Originally from Dallas, I studied Cultural Anthropology at Hendrix College, and medicine at the University of Arkansas, spent years raising a family before realizing I was called to work with people, one on one, in the communication of therapeutic touch. I graduated with 1000+ hours from Healing Spirits Massage Training Program in Boulder, CO.  I have done done massage in clients' homes, my home studio, many sports events plus onsite corporate chair and table,  but my true calling is working with seniors in all levels of dementia in their homes, assisted living facilities, and memory care units. I also train caregivers for a prominent national home care company in Colorado and am a strong believer in the power of touch therapy with Alzheimer's disease sufferers. I hold a certificate in Vodder Method Manual Lymph Drainage for the maintenance of lymphedema.

    My office is located in NE Boulder, and I make house calls for the elderly and disabled.

    Techniques practiced

    • Deep Tissue massage
    • Geriatric Massage
    • Hot Stone Therapy
    • Lymphatic Drainage
    • Myofascial release
    • On site chair massage
    • Pregnancy Massage
    • Shiatsu
    • Sports Massage
    • Swedish Massage

    Where I practice

    • Client’s House
    • Client’s Office
    • Nursing Home/Hospice
    • Therapist’s Private Practice Office

    Clients accepted

    male, female


    State license/Certificate: CO MT.0020111
    Experience: 0-3 years

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    I sell gift certificates


    I do not accept insurance



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